Rajasthan is one of the most favorite travel destinations of many domestic and international tourists. Every third foreign tourist who visits India definitely goes to Rajasthan. The state is famous for its hospitality and has many internationally awarded hotels and resorts. The more you explore Rajasthan, the more it will leave you spell bound. The major tourist destinations are like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Udaipur. The best places to visit in Rajasthan are as follows:
Amber Fort of Rajasthan looks stunning with its white marble and red sandstone. It is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The best tourist attraction of this place is the royal elephant ride. A trip to Rajasthan will be incomplete without the visit of this imperial fort. A Large Number of Rajasthan tours include Amber Fort in their itineraries.
The pink city of Jaipur is home to the beautiful Hawa Mahal, which is an amalgamation of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. If you are a dreamer and wish to see something that has just been a part of your imagination then come to see this “Palace of the Winds”, each wall speaks that dreams can truly come true.
This national park is 1334 square km in area. It has 10th century Ranthambore Fort at its centre and there are numerable temples, mosques, crocodile filled lakes, chhatris and hides all around the national park. This park was a hunting spot until 1970 for maharajas. It is the best place to spot wild tigers.
This amazing white palace is located in the heart of Udaipur and is a heritage building. Built in granite and marbles, it is the largest palace in Rajasthan on a raised height. European and Chinese architecture with its own aesthetic value influence the building.
The fort of Jaisalmer has a captivating view – a massive sand castle rising from the sandy planes like a mirage. Inside the fort there are various shops selling traditional Rajasthani handicrafts. The havelis, the fort, and its enclosed palace are all carved from the golden sandstone, hence the city’s designation as the golden city. Tourists can easily get Rajasthan Tourism Guide at the Entrance and explore the fort.
This is a must visit on your trip to Rajasthan with or without the lure of tiger. The place is also a home to nilgai, sambar, chital, wild boar, and numerous species of bird. There are various wonderful sights to see within and around the boundaries of Sariska Tiger Reserve.
It is located around 42 km away from Jaisalmer. Established in the Great Thar Desert, the place looks the best at the time of sunrise or sunset, and many camel safaris even spend a night here. You can get various luxury Rajasthan tours that will take you to the heart of the desert.